Jeff Trenholm is an independent musical artist from NJ. He has been described musically as "mixing acoustic and electric instruments into a beautiful union of ethereal sonic delights." Jeff's newest single "Enough to Fall" was released August of 2002 and shows a turn toward a more experimental phase in his music, yet retaining the trademark emotional edge to his approach and lyrical content. Heading more toward acoustic- based writing, yet adding effects, heavy at times, to add depth and texture to the recordings. Atmospheric, ambient synth and percussion sounds reverberate throughout, adding even more layers to envelope the listener in. This new single also follows "The Singles 2001" released in late March 2001, which marked a turn toward the release of singles rather than full-length albums, creating an open field allowing for more song-to-song diversity. Released early July 2000, the dark, introspective "Garden of Black" contains what he considers his best and most emotional album work. His 1999 solo effort "Lost July" (#JST0899-3) was released in August of 1999 and contained one of his most popular songs to date, "Breeze". His first solo effort, "The Intimate Room" (#JST196-1) was released July of 1996 and contains some of his most enduring songs, such as "Tonight I Can Dream" and " The Blue Sky". Jeff has fully embraced the Internet as his main source for the distribution and exposure of his music, including sites at MP3.com, BeSonic.com, IUMA.com, FarmFreshMusic.com, BroadbandTalentNet.com, JavaMusic.com, and internationally at FranceMP3.com. Where in the past he had directed his live performances more toward a solo acoustic show rather than a full-blown electric band performance, he has recently scaled back most live performances, as to concentrate on writing and recording.. "although I really do love the solo acoustic performances, because it gives me the chance to get immediate reactions and audience feedback to the songs, I'd rather spend what time I have for creating new music, rather than just repeating the old songs, but I'm sure some kind of performances will happen..." He has also recently released "Acoustics in the Garden V1.0", a CD of acoustic versions of select songs from his previous releases.